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This contingent from Tangub City, Misamis Occidental is a consistent winner in past Sinulog Grand Parade competitions. (Photo by Alex Badayos)

Tribu Sinanduloy

Tangub City, Misamis Occidental

The Filipinos as a nation have encountered many struggles and yet their faith and devotion to the Holy Child remain constant.

Tribu Sinanduloy portrays the religiosity and hopefulness of Pinoys in its Sinulog Grand Parade performance.

Its entry centers on a series of wars fought in the country in the last century or so and how the Sto. NiƱo was there for the people at all time.

Choreographer Emilio "Jojin" S. Pascual said the presentation is epic in scope, with five changes in set props and five sets of costumes.

The dance will start with cadence-like steps that will morph into graceful and flowing moves at the end.

Tribu Sinanduloy is made up of Sinanduloy Cultural Troupe members. It has been a consistent winner in past Sinulog Grand Parade competitions.

Its past awards include: